A Kent State football player has been suspended from the team after kidnapping charges.
Senior Nate Holley is off the team indefinitely facing first degree felony kidnapping charges, in a case involving a female last week in Franklin Township.
That's according to the Record Courier.
Cleveland.com reports that he's posted 10 percent of a $50,000 bond and has been ordered to stay at Akron's Oriana House.
Holley has a preliminary hearing set for Thursday in Ravenna.
Kent State has confirmed the suspension, and say they are taking the matter "very seriously".